News and Announcements


The basketball teams took their team photos for the yearbook on Wednesday, Nov. 28. Some of the players asked about ordering individual photo packages. Portraits of Hawaii will take individual photos for interested basketball players at the next game on January 12. Players must pick up an order form from Mr. Maa or their coach and bring it to the game on January 12. Only players with their payments will be able to take individual photos that day.
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At Moanalua Middle School, your child’s safety is of our utmost concern. Our school received a bomb threat at approximately 1:15 p.m. today (11/16/2018). The Honolulu Police Department (HPD) responded immediately, investigated and determined that there was no credible threat. HPD is continuing its investigation. All threats to our school or students are taken very seriously and are investigated thoroughly. We wanted you to have the facts so you can discuss them with your child and emphasize the seriousness of this issue. If you discover anything that can assist in the investigation, please contact us immediately. The safety of our students is a major priority and we are committed to providing a secure campus. I would like to commend our staff, teachers, parents and students for their prompt response and cooperation during today’s incident. We appreciate your help as we work together to keep all of our students safe. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact our administration at 305-1289. Sincerely, Wayne Guevara, Principal
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Please support our next door neighbor, Moanalua Elementary, as they put on their annual Fun Fair on Friday, November 16. * Food Trucks * Rides and Games * Keiki Corner * Entertainment *
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Letter was sent home on Thursday, October 18 with information regarding the 2018-2019 Tripod Student Perception Survey, a confidential survey that provides the school and teachers with student feedback to improve classroom practices and the learning environment. This survey is voluntary, however, your child's views are important to ensure a quality educational system. We ask for your assistance in encouraging your child to participate and respond honestly to the survey questions. To request that your child be exempted from the survey, please complete the Tripod Student Perception Survey Declination form that was attached to the letter. A copy of that form can be found by clicking on this link. If you choose to not have your child participate in the survey, fill out this form and return it to Mr. Perez by Friday, October 26. A copy of a sample Tripod Survey is located in our front office counter.
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MMSSA (Student Gov't) will be sponsoring a Preliminary Student Talent Competition on Tuesday, Nov. 13, at 3:10 PM in the cafe. We are looking for any type of talent that can be performed on our cafe stage, such as singing, dancing, playing an instrument, magic, drama, etc. Performances must be no longer than 3 minutes. Students may perform solo, as a duet, or in a group (maximum of 4 to a group). Judges will be selecting finalists for our Final Talent Showcase in December. Talented students may pick up an application in the SG room or download one here. Applications are due to Mrs. Villa by Nov. 7. Don't be shy, come on by :)
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We are sorry you were unable to make it last week for a Student Led Portfolio Conference (SLPC) here at Moanalua Middle School. For all those students that did not do their presentations we ask that they still share their learning with their parents. After your son/daughter presents their on-line portfolio, please complete a Google Form to acknowledge having participated in a IN-HOME SLPC. To access this Form, please click on this headline.
If you are unable to go online at home, you are welcome to use our Library Computer Lab from 7:30am to 8:25am and 2:40pm to 3:30pm (1:45pm to 3:30pm on Wednesdays) to view your child's portfolio. We ask that you please check in at our front office before going to the library.
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Medical students from the John A. Burns School of Medicine, other health professions students, and community health partners want to spend a day showing YOU what they actually DO! Middle and high school students are invited to spend an exciting day participating in healthcare activities. The camp is FREE and lunch is provided. The camp will be held at the UH School of Medicine in Kaka'ako on Saturday, November 3, 2018, 9am - 3pm. Click on this headline to be directed to the Registration website or call Nicole Peltzer from the Pacific Basin Area Health Education Center (AHEC) at 808-692-1066 or email for more information. Registration deadline is October 26.
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Our Student Led Portfolio Conference window is October 29 - November 2. Advisory teachers have passed out the letter to be sent home requesting a time where parents can sit down with their child to go over their learning from the 1st quarter. Report cards will be given at that conference as well. Each TEAM has different days and times available for the conferences. If you should have any questions, please contact your child's Advisory teacher.
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